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di she vuhl

  • v  disarrange or rumple; dishevel

  • Clothing gave itself to him, and rain wouldn't dare dishevel him.
  • The wind can do little to dishevel the minister's already thinning hair, but it creeps under his black gown so that before long he will be chilled to the marrow.

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